Quick Facts of Margaret Warner

  • Full NameMargaret Warner
  • Date of Birth1950 /02 /12
  • NicknameWarner
  • Marital StatusSingle
  • BirthplaceChevy Chase, Maryland
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionNews Correspondent
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Eye colourBlue
  • Hair colourBlonde
  • BuildSlim
  • SpouseJohn R. Reilly (1986–2008, his death)
  • Online PresenceTwitter and Facebook
  • HoroscopeAquarius

Margaret Warner, born in Chevy Chase, Maryland, is a hard-working individual. Warner is a senior correspondent for The PBS NewsHour. Previously, she was reporters for The San Diego Union-Tribune, The Wall Street Journal, the Concord Monitor, and Newsweek. From her hard works and dedication to the journalism field, Margaret has won several awards.

Warner was married to John R.Reilly for more than two decades. Unfortunately, her husband passed away in 2008. Along with a good name and fame, Warner has added a decent amount to her bank account. If you want to know all the details about her bio, net worth, family, and marriage, then we suggest you read the whole article.

About Warner

Margaret Warner was born on February 12, 1950, in Maryland, the United States of America.  She is the daughter of Brainard Henry Warner III and Mildred Warner of Chevy Chase, Maryland. Her dad was s a partner in Washington law firm of Ogilby, Hunn & Barr, while her mom, was a trustee of Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington.

In addition, she attended the Holton-Arms School of Bethesda, Maryland, from where she completed her high school. Later, she gained BA, cum Claude, in an English degree from Yale University in 1971. Warner is the great-granddaughter of the founder of the Washington Loan and Trust Company, merged into the Riggs National Bank.

Her Career Details

Soon after completing her graduation, Warner started working as a reporter. Moreover, she has compiled on-the-ground reports for The NewsHour since 2006. She mostly covers news about civil liberties and politics in South Asia, Chian, and Russia. She became a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a trustee of Virginia Foundations for Independent Colleges.

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Moreover, she serves on the President’s Council on International Activities at Yale University. Also, she is the recipient of the Emmy Award for her works of the turmoil in Pakistan. Her diplomatic coverage during the Gulf War for Newsweek made her runner-up to the 1990 Edwin M. Hood Award for Diplomatic Reporting for the National Press Club. Amna Nawaz, Gwen Ifill, Nick Schifrin, and Lisa Desjardins are some other PBS news reporter.

Margaret Warner’s Net Worth

The senior for The PBS NewsHour, Warner, has collected a big chunk of money from her successful career. Moreover, she has a net worth of around $1 million from her works. Warner’s majority of the incomes come from her journalism career working for a different news station.

The start of her career saw her working at PBS where she bagged a salary of $65531 on average but she hasn’t the exact figure of her incomes in the media. So far, she might have received about $35065 to $166,040 as per her works. Currently, she is living in Washington, DC where she owns a million dollars worth house.

Married to John R.Reilly

Margaret Warner, 70, is currently living a single life. She was previously married to her long time boyfriend turned husband John R.Reilly. Well, he was an adviser to a number of Democratic Public Party presidents and presidential candidates. Margaret doesn’t like to share much details about how and when she met her husband. The love birds instantly felt a connection since both of them are passionate about their work.

After dating some years, the duo decided to exchange their wedding vows, and finally, in 1986, they tied the knot. Sadly, in October 2008, John died due to Abdominal cancer at the age of 80. Although the duo spent more than two decades of marital relationship, they do not have any kids.  After her husband passed away, Warner is leading a single life.

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